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Kevin Lowry is a convert to Catholicism and the son of a former Presbyterian minister. He and his wife Kathi met at Franciscan University, where they discovered the richness and beauty of the faith. After spending time as spiritual nomads, the couple met Scott and Kimberly Hahn, and faced the inevitable. They entered the Catholic Church at Easter Vigil, 1992.
Kevin and Kathi have eight children and live in the Columbus, Ohio area. Kevin was with a large CPA firm for many years before taking on various executive roles, and now serves as Chief Operating Officer of The Coming Home Network International, an apostolate that assists non-Catholic clergy and laity on the journey to the Catholic Church and beyond.
The story of Kevin's conversion appears in Patrick Madrid's popular book Surprised by Truth 2 and is entitled Son of a Preacher Man.
Kevin serves on the Board of Directors for Our Sunday Visitor and is President of the Columbus chapter of Legatus, and enjoys writing and speaking on many topics.
Great practical read from a business leader's perspective. I enjoyed the examples and their applicability to my current circumstancesPublished 12 days ago by Kinday
We ran a 30 day group with this book and it was excellent! Worth the time to read it! Very practical!Published 9 months ago by David
If you are looking for a silver bullet to integrate faith into your work life for the purpose of sharing your faith this book is not it. Read morePublished 19 months ago by justin Philip Milne
I saw Kevin on my favorite show, "The Journey Home", went to his blog, contacted him, and he sent me a review copy of his book. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Gord Wilson
Kevin Lowry's Faith at Work exceeded my expectations. There are many silent people of faith working in the business world every day but we never hear from them. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Kenneth J. Howell
Kevin Lowry has provided today's worker with a fantastic guide to living their faith in the workplace. Read morePublished on July 4, 2013 by Pete
Kevin writes in a clear and concise manner, using a conversational tone and engaging stories, to share timeless lessons and eternal truths. Read morePublished on April 4, 2013 by Catholic1
How many people work for the Church? What about missionary work? I'll even count people who work for organizations that help spread the Gospel either by word or deed. Read morePublished on March 4, 2013 by Stuart Dunn